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Alex Goetz

Alex Goetz


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Alex Goetz is a wildlife filmmaker and photographer, who has been recognized by Nat Geo Wild as winner of their 2016 "Wild to Inspire" film competition for the short film, "To The Explorers," and a 2015 finalist for the Nat Geo Wild "Wild to Inspire" Film Competition for the short film, "Living Isle."

An Ohio native whose travels have taken him filming two-time Emmy nominated PBS documentary, "Saving the Tasmanian Devil," in the countryside of Tasmania, to the vibrant islands of the Caribbean, and road-tripping around four amazing African countries. Alex is a 2013 graduate from Bowling Green State University, with a degree in Film Production and Environmental Science.


Camera: Arri Alexa, Sony FS5, Sony A7S II, Sony A7r II, Canon C100, Blackmagic Production Camera, Panasonic GH4, Canon 5D mk III, Gopro cameras 

Sound: Sennheiser microphones, Rode microphones, Zoom H6 recorder, Zoom H1, Zoom H4n

Editing: Adobe Creative Cloud Suite (Premiere Pro, After Effects, Lightroom, etc), Final Cut Pro 7 and X

Rigs/Stabilizers/Drone: DJI Ronin, Zhiyun-Tech Crane-M 3-Axis Handheld Gimbal Stabilizer, DJI Phantom 4 Pro

Techniques: High speed, long lens, macro, low light


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Hakai Magazine Feature: Keepers of the Deep

Breaking into WILDLIFE FILMMAKING with ALEX GOETZ: gonewildshow.com/episode5


Mythbusting Opossum Facts | Backyard Nature

Find the Wildlife | Alex Goetz | TEDxToledo

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